The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)  has announced the opening of applications for the African Master’s in Machine Intelligence  (AMMI) program, welcoming prospective students to embark on a transformative journey  towards becoming experts in machine intelligence.

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AMMI, a groundbreaking one-year, fully funded graduate program, is designed to equip  exceptional young Africans with cutting-edge training in machine learning and its applications.  With the mission of harnessing the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve lives in  Africa and beyond, AMMI strives to empower its students to shape a future characterized by  fairness and prosperity.

Prof. Moustapha Cisse envisions AI as a catalyst for a fair and prosperous society, shaping a better future for Africa and beyond through the AMMI program

Professor Moustapha Cisse, Founder and Director of the African Masters of Machine Intelligence (AMMI) program, emphasizes the significance of this program, stating that, “Now is the time to build a foundation that ensures that Artificial Intelligence (AI) helps bring better lives in Africa and beyond. With foresight and planning, the technological revolution that AI brings will be a force to empower a fair and prosperous society.”


New Cohort Commences in January 2024. Applications are open starting from October 1, 2023, with the application deadline set for October 31, 2023. The selected candidates will commence their studies in January 2024 at the AIMS Senegal campus in Mbour, under the mentorship of world-class instructors.

To be eligible for the program, applicants must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, computer science or a related field, demonstrate a strong interest in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and exhibit leadership skills coupled with a Pan-African perspective.

For more information and to apply, please visit www.aimsammi.org.


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